An area steeped in history, with more than a sprinkling of magic, makes this an excellent choice of location for any memorable get together, party, company event, team building experience or simply a weekend away with the family.
Visit us at our newly refurbished showroom and workshop in The Yard, Barrow in Furness. Here you can view a range of our products like worktops, gift items, memorials, flooring, sculptures and kitchen and dining ware. You can see the stone mason at work and discuss bespoke projects or orders.
A huge Thank you to the Ulverston & District Equine Club organisers for a for a fantastic day
K.O.T.G. — with Peter Moon, Graham Newby, Kid Cagoule and Home Grown-Djs.
The coldest March for 50 years?
By working together to create a stronger, more resilient local economy. It’s so important people spend their money with independent traders. Spending money locally is essential for the communities of Furness. Money spent locally stays local.
Tythebarn House B&B is the perfect place for M6 travellers to pause – just 5 minutes from Junction 36, in the quiet Westmorland village of Holme. A comfortable stopover for business people. An excellent base from which to explore the Lakes, Dales, Cumbrian Coastal Path and Limestone Link. A quiet retreat for guests to relax and unwind.
Today Ford Park is a much-loved community resource and amenity, managed by the group for the benefit of the community and visitors to Ulverston.
Our Honister Green Slate is extracted from the iconic Lake District mountain Fleetwith Pike – just a stone’s throw from our workshops. It is renowned for its olive green hue, quality, longevity and density.
We make house signs and numbers, dining sets, wine racks, fire hearths, flooring & worktops. We also offer headstones, memorials and t-light holders.
Fully N.P.T.C qualified tree surgery and hedge care,pruning,planting and removal.Rope access and dismantling catered for,no job too large or small.
The Connect Furness team feels passionately about local businesses, local shops, local shopping, and our local communities. We are campaigning to keep our High Streets vibrant, prosperous, clean, safe and and attractive places in which to live, visit, work, play, do business and invest in
One of the largest Markets in Cumbria, Barrow Indoor Market has over 60 independent traders stalls. A leaflet with information on Barrow Indoor and Outdoor Market is available from Barrow Tourist Information […]
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BARROW AND FURNESS on TV tonight – SKY Ch 284 at 6.30pm
Check out our video guide to Furness on SKY Ch 284 Broadcasting Cumbria TV’s programmes free to air across UK & Europe (GMT). Tuesdays at 6.30pm, Fridays at 10am, Saturdays at 6.30pm & Sundays at 8.30pm.
An understanding of health and safety law, liability and enforcement.
An explanation of the principles of health and safety management in the workplace.
Record keeping, and much much more!!
Cumbria‘s Only fully mobile tyre repair and replacement service. We come to you, at home at work or even on the roadside.Tyres supplied, repaired, fitted and digitally balanced from our state of the art van
It’s so important people spend their money with independent traders, spending money locally is essential for the communities of Furness.
Thank you to Barrow in Old Photos and all it’s members for sharing their pictures and perhaps bringing back a few memories.
The Abbey House Hotel – Voted as The Best Wedding Venue in Cumbria & One Of The Best Hotels in the Lake District.. Set in fourteen acres of private woodland and gardens on the outskirts of Barrow-in-Furness in South Cumbria.
The Christmas Tree Festival is one of the most popular events held in Furness, staged at the impressive red sandstone St Mary’s Parish Church, Dalton-in-Furness, the festivities run until the end of December.
To boost Furness as a brand through positive “joined up marketing”, bringing
all the local councils together, working across the areas to attain common goals, supporting the way people and their livelihoods, promoting sustainable opportunities to boost Furness as a desired place to Live, Work, and Visit.
The Boosting Furness Group is an informal public/private sector partnership. Promoted and supported by Furness Enterprise, Barrow Borough Council, Cumbria Tourism, schools & colleges and large & small businesses.
Pictures from The Medieval Living History Fair last weekend, 2nd December at The Abbey Mill Cafe next to Furness Abbey! Thank you to Furness Abbey Fellowship and Bjarni Thorvaldrson of Midgard Living History
Reflections Photography is based in the Lake District, and specialises in weddings, portraits and events throughout Cumbria, Lancashire and the North. We also offer the MPA Cherubs baby photography scheme.
For the next 3 bookings for December I will do the Psychic Santa parties for just £20 pp, that includes games, readings and present. x
Christmas Fair 1st December 2012 at Walney Community Centre. 10am – 2pm. Lots of stalls to explore and enjoy! Why not come along!
Medieval Living History Fair on 2nd December at The Abbey Mill Cafe next to Furness Abbey!
Small living history camp, chainmail weighing competition, sword fighting demonstration and more!
Our Walk, Play & Train Programme is a unique, exciting, dog friendly alternative to the more formal methods of training your pet.
Once we develop a personalised programme, we will take your dog out several times each week, to socialise, exercise and most importantly, learn.
BERNARD DEVLIN, FURNESS ABBEY, A LITTLE HISTORY
We seek to amaze and enthrall our audiences, to make the world a
slightly brighter place to create something that will linger on in
people’s minds long after the sky has gone dark….